Majority of Senators Has Lost Confidence

Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) does not believe that a majority of senators have lost confidence in the Senate, but next week he and his deputy, Saleem Mandviwala, JI, who has two members, including Emir Sirajul Haq, sits in the opposition camp of the Senate, but is away from the opposition opposition platform. The party also did not attend last month's MPC of the Opposition Party convened by Maulana Fazlur Rehman, head of Jaoat Ulema-I-Islam JUI-F.

Government & opposition representatives approached

Sanjrani, government and opposition representatives approached JI for support. Baloch believed that Sanjrani should, in principle, step down from his office, as JI lost support for the Senate after withdrawing the Pakistani People's Party (PPP) commitment to Sanjrani to Mr. Sanjrani. Senator election as co-candidate of PPP and Pakistan's Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). Baloch said the government and the opposition all approached his party.

He said even Sanjrani contacted the JI leadership and asked for support. Baloch said on another question, JI's decision to move away from alliance politics was due to the will of the watchers. He said JI had not even made up a five-party religious party party, Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal (MMA), including JUI-F. JI members ran for the last general election on MMA tickets, and lawmakers attended as MMA representatives.

Some of the Options

Baloch said he is observing the current political situation and the overall state of the country and will decide on unreliable moves over time. He said he has released all the options and that he can vote on both sides or abstain. "So we can still say that all three options are available. The opposition Senators have submitted a non - trust agreement to Senator Sanjrani on July 9. The ruling party made a similar campaign against President Bush on July 12th.

The opposition has already nominated former prime minister Mir Hasil Bizenjo as a candidate for the Senate. The opposition party decided to remove the Senate from the MPC held in Islamabad on June 26 and discuss ways to start a full-scale anti-government movement due to the current economic crisis and the political sacrifice of opposition forces.

Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari PPP chairman, speaking at a news conference after submitting the unconfessed movement, asked Sanjrani to resign voluntarily with greater interest in democracy and parliament. The PPP chairman said that Sanjrani was elected as a result of the opposition's consensus that the PML-N was the ruling party and his party was sitting in the opposition party with the now power-hungry PTI.

Now the opposition has reached an agreement to dismiss the Senate chairman. He told Sanjrani that he had no personal problems and he honored him. However, Sanjrani has declared that he will not resign and will fight to the end.

Assembly Member Shibli Faraz and Deputy Prime Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani of Balochistan met Maulana Fazlur Rehman, JUI-F's chief executive, and asked him to take his role in the withdrawal of unreliable moves, but he did not receive a positive response from him.

The opposition party won a total of 53 votes in 104 houses and passed a resolution of no risk. Given the party 's position, the opposition party should not have difficulty in retiring from office, arguing that Sanjrani is getting 67 votes for 36 members of the Treasury.

Murad Ali Shah approved 250 million Rs on Saturday

Sidh Chief Minister Shed Murad Ali Shah approved 250 million Rs on Saturday for renovating St. Patrick's Cathedral's interior (including glass and wood artifacts). The minister made his decision at a meeting with the Cathedral delegation led by Mario Rodrigues, Rev. Lee, who called him at CM. CM Murad reported that St Patrick's Cathedral, the first church in Sindh, was built in 1845 as a Gothic revival building.

It has the capacity to accommodate 1,500 worshipers at a time. The prime minister said Sindh's dictionary provided detailed information about the cathedral. He read some text in the dictionary and said, "The exterior of the church is not decorative, but it strikes the streets, but money and art are decorated indoors.

The tent itself is broad and unusual, but the sublime outline of the altar, which should be added to the height, is considered to be the most advantageous, the whole interior is painted with oil and the window is made of stained glass. The prime minister ordered his father to start work and the government said it would provide Rs 250 million for three years.

We will provide Rs 50 million (Rs) as soon as we have completed all the documentary requirements to start the restoration work," he said. He told the minister that the Christian community is also contributing money.

The prime minister said the Christian community has made a significant contribution to the development of the country, especially in Sindh. Your contribution to the education sector is worth mentioning," he said. He added that he was educated at St. Patrick's School.
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